Ben Cashore

Professor, Environmental Governance & Political Science; Director of the Governance, Environment, and Markets Initiative at Yale (GEM) and Director, Program on Forest Policy and Governance

Selected Publications

 

 

I.PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

a.Journal articles (50)

  1. 2018Hamish van der Ven, Catharine Rothacker and Benjamin Cashore Do eco-labels prevent deforestation? Lessons from non-state market driven governance in the soy, palm oil, and cocoa sectors” Global Environmental Change (52), pp. 141-151.

 

  1. 2018 Gary Q. Bull Agni Klintuni Boedhihartono, Gabriela Bueno, Benjamin Cashore, Christopher Elliott, James Douglas Langston, Rebecca Anne Riggs, Jeffrey Sayer, “Global forest discourses must connect with local forest realities”, International Forestry Review

 

  1. 2018 Hamish van der Ven and Benjamin Cashore, “Forest certification: the challenge of measuring impacts” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 32:104–111, part of special issue, Arun Agrawal, Laura Rasmussen, Cristy Watkins (eds) Forest governance interventions for sustainability: Information, Incentives, and Institutions

 

  1. 2017 G. Winkel, S. Leipold, K. Buhmann B. Cashore, W. de Jong, I. Nathan, M. Sotirov, M. Stone Narrating illegal logging across the globe. Between Green Protectionism and Sustainable Resource Use”, International Forestry Review

 

  1. 2017  Humphreys, Benjamin Cashore, Ingrid J Visseren-Hamakers, Wil de Jong, Kathleen McGinley, Audrey Denvir, Paloma Caro Torres and Sarah Lupberger, Towards durable multistakeholder-generated solutions: The pilot application of a problem-oriented policy learning protocol to legality verification and community rights in Peru” International Forestry Review

 

  1. 2016 Benjamin Cashore, “Cross-Sector Partnerships for NSMD Global Governance:Change Pathways & Strategic Implications, Annual Review of Social Partnerships 2016, Issue 11, pp 84-88. (Peer reviewed by editors)

 

  1. 2014 Iben Nathan, Christian Hansen, Benjamin Cashore,"Timber Legality Verification in Practice: Prospects for Support and Institutionalization." Forest Policy and Economics 48: 1-5. (Preface to Special issue[i]).

 

  1. 2014 Stefan Renckens, Benjamin Cashoreand Graeme Auld, “Transnational Private Regulation between the Logics of Empowerment and Control”, Regulation and Governance

 

  1. 2014 Benjamin Cashoreand Michael Stone, “Does California Need Delaware? Explaining Indonesian,Chinese, and United States Support for Legality Complianceof Internationally Traded Products”, Regulation and Governance, Volume 8:  pp. 49–73

 

  1. 2013 Jianbang Gan, Benjamin Cashore, and Michael W. Stone, “Impacts of the Lacey Act Amendment and the Voluntary Partnership Agreements on illegal logging: implications for global forest governance”, forthcoming Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research

 

  1. 2013 Kate O’Neill, Erika Weinthal, Kimberly R. Marion Suiseeya, Steven Bernstein, Avery Cohn, Michael W. Stone, Benjamin Cashore “Methods and Global Environmental Governance” Annual Review of Environment and Resources

 

  1. 2013 Jianbang Gan and Benjamin Cashore, “Opportunities and Challenges for Integrating Bioenergy into Sustainable Forest Management Certification Programs”, Journal of Forestry, Volume 111 Issue 1 11-16

 

  1. 2013 Norichika Kanie, Peter M. Haas, Steinar Andresen, Graeme Auld, Benjamin Cashore, Pamela S. Chasek, Jose A. Puppim de Oliverira, Stefan Renckens, Olav Schram Stokke, Casey Stevens, Stacy D. VanDeveer, and Masahiko Iguchi“Green Pluralism: Lessons for Improved Environmental Governance in the 21st Century”, Environment Magazine, Volume 55, Number 5, pp 14-30 (www.environmentmagazine.org)

 

  1. 2013 Graeme Auld and Benjamin Cashore, Mixed Signals: NGO Campaigns and Non-State Market Driven (NSMD) Governance in an Export-Oriented Country, Canadian Public Policy

 

  1. 2012 Kelly Levin, Benjamin Cashore, Steven Bernstein and Graeme Auld, “Overcoming the Tragedy of Super Wicked Problems: Constraining our Future Selves to Ameliorate Global Climate Change”, Policy Sciences Volume 45, Issue 2, June 2012 pp 123-152  (Author order is reverse alphabetic, contribution is equal)

 

  1. 2012 Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers Constance McDermott, Marjanneke Vijge and Benjamin Cashore, Trade-offs, co-benefits and safeguards: Current debates on the breadth of REDD+ Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.

 

  1. 2012 Lead author: Frank Biermann;Contributing authors: KennethAbbott, Steinar Andresen, Karin Bäckstrand, Steven Bernstein, Michele M. Betsill, Harriet Bulkeley, Benjamin Cashore, Jennifer Clapp, Carl Folke, Aarti Gupta, Joyeeta Gupta, PeterM. Haas, Andrew Jordan, Norichika Kanie, Tatiana Kluvánková-Oravská, Louis Lebel, Diana Liverman, James Meadowcroft, Ronald B. Mitchell, Peter Newell, Sebastian Oberthür, Lennart Olsson, Philipp Pattberg, Roberto Sánchez-Rodríguez, Heike Schroeder, Arild Underdal, Susana Camargo Vieira, Coleen Vogel and Oran R. Young, “Navigating the Anthropocene: Towards EffectiveEarth System Governance—A Call forTransformative Change”, Science

 

  1. 2012 Lead author: Frank Biermann;Contributing authors: KennethAbbott, Steinar Andresen, Karin Bäckstrand, Steven Bernstein, Michele M. Betsill, Harriet Bulkeley, Benjamin Cashore, Jennifer Clapp, Carl Folke, Aarti Gupta, Joyeeta Gupta, PeterM. Haas, Andrew Jordan, Norichika Kanie, Tatiana Kluvánková-Oravská, Louis Lebel, Diana Liverman, James Meadowcroft, Ronald B. Mitchell, Peter Newell, Sebastian Oberthür, Lennart Olsson, Philipp Pattberg, Roberto Sánchez-Rodríguez, Heike Schroeder, Arild Underdal, Susana Camargo Vieira, Coleen Vogel, Oran R. Young, Andrea Brock and Ruben Zondervan, “Transforming Governance and Institutions for Global Sustainability: Key Insights from the Earth System Governance Project." Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4: 51-60.

 

  1. 2012 Steven Bernstein and Benjamin Cashore, “Re-Thinking Environmental ‘Effectiveness’: Complex Global Governance and Influence on Domestic Policies”International Affairs

 

  1. 2012 Benjamin Cashore and Michael Stone, “Can Legality Verification Rescue Global Forest Governance: Assessing the Intersection of Public and Private Authority in Forest Governance in Southeast Asia, journal of Forest Policy and Economics

 

  1. 2011 Kelly Levin, Constance McDermott and Benjamin Cashore (reverse alphabetical order), “In with the Old Boss Same as the New Boss? Explaining Determinants of, and Prospects for, Bandwagoning of Forests to the Climate Regime” August, special issue, on Climate Bandwagoning Global Environmental Politics.

 

  1. 2011 Peter Kanowski, Constance McDermott and Benjamin Cashore “Implementing REDD– Lessons from Analysis of Forest Governance”’ special issue, Esteve Corbera, Heike Schroeder, Oliver Springate-Baginski (eds), "Governing and Implementing REDD+” Environmental Science and Policy Vo. 14; pp 111-117.

 

  1. 2010 Graeme Auld, Benjamin Cashore (equal lead authors), Cristina Balboa, Laura Bozzi, and Stefan Renckens, “Can Technological Innovations Foster Non-state Global Governance?”, Business and Politics, vol 12, Issue 3, special issue on “Private Regulation in the Global Economy” edited by Tim Buthe.

 

  1. 2009 Kelly Levin, Benjamin Cashoreand Jonathan Koppell, “Can-Non State Certification Systems Bolster State-Centered Efforts to Promote Sustainable Development through the Clean Development Mechanism?”, Wake Forest Law Review Vol 44 pp. 777-798[ii]

 

  1. 2009 Constance McDermott, Benjamin Cashoreand Peter Kanowski, “Setting the Bar: An International Comparison Of Public and Private Forest Policy Specifications and Implications For Explaining Policy Trends”, special issue on “Forest Science, Forest Knowledge and Forest Policy” Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences Vol. 6, No. 3, September, pp. 217–237

 

  1. 2009 Michael Howlett and Benjamin Cashore, “The Dependent Variable Problem in the Study of Policy Change”, Special Issue on Policy Dynamics, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis  Vol. 11, No. 1, March, pp. 29–42

 

  1. 2008 Graeme Auld, Steven Bernstein andBenjamin Cashore, “The New Corporate Social Responsibility”, Annual Review of Environment and ResourcesVol. 33, pp. 413–35.

 

  1. 2008 Kelly Levin, Constance McDermott and Benjamin Cashore, The Climate Regime as Global Forest Governance: Can Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD) Initiatives Pass a ‘Dual Effectiveness’ Test?”, International Forestry Review Vol.10 (3), pp. 538-549.

 

  1. 2008 Constance McDermott, Emily Noah and Benjamin Cashore, “Differences that Matter?: A Framework for Comparing EnvironmentalCertification Standards and Government Policies” Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning.  Vol. 10, No. 1 (March), pp: 47-70.

 

  1. 2007 Benjamin Cashore and Michael Howlett, “Punctuating Which Equilibrium? Understanding Thermostatic Policy Dynamics In Pacific Northwest Forestry”, American Journal of Political Science Volume 51, No. 3, July, pp. 532-551.

 

  1. 2007 Steven Bernstein and Benjamin Cashore, “Can Non-State Global Governance be Legitimate?: An Analytical Framework”, Regulation and Governance 1, pp.1-25

 

  1. 2007 Benjamin Cashore, Beth Egan, Graeme Auld and Deanna Newsom, “Revising Theories of Non-state Market Driven (NSMD) Governance:  Lessons from the Finnish Forest Certification Experience” Global Environmental Politics Volume 7, Issue 1 (February), pp. 1-44.

 

  1. 2007 Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld, Steven Bernstein and Constance McDermott, “Can Non-state Governance ‘Ratchet Up’ Global Environmental Standards? Lessons from the Forest Sector”, Review of European Community and International Environmental Law, vol 16, issue 2, pp. 158-172 special edition on private sector implementation of multilateral environmental agreements[reviewed by managing editor].

 

  1. 2007 Michael Howlett and Benjamin Cashore, "Re-Visiting the New Orthodoxy of Policy Dynamics: The Dependent Variable and Re-Aggregation Problems in the Study of Policy Change”, Canadian Political Science Review, Vol 1 (2), September, pp. 1-14.

 

  1. 2007 Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld, James Lawson and Deanna Newsom, “The Future of Non-State Authority on Canadian Staples Industries: Assessing the Emergence of Forest Certification Volume” Policy and Society. 26, Issue 1, Pages 71-91

 

  1. 2007 Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld and Deanna Newsom “Legitimizing Political Consumption: The Case of Forest Certification in North America and Europe" special issue of the Russian Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology. (This is a reprint of our 2003 chapter in Politics, Products, and Markets. Exploring Political Consumerism Past and Present).

 

  1. 2006 Erika Sasser, Aseem Prakash, Benjamin Cashore and Graeme Auld, “Direct Targeting as an NGO Political Strategy: Examining Private Authority Regimes in the Forestry Sector  Business and Politics (December) 8(3), pp. 1-34.

 

  1. 2006 Deanna Newsom, Volker Bahn and Benjamin Cashore, “Does Forest Certification Matter? An Analysis of Operation-Level Changes Required During the SmartWood Certification Process in the US. Journal of Forest Policy and Economics. Vol  9, Issue 3 December, pp. 197-208.

 

  1. 2005 Glenn T. Howe, Bruce Schindler, Benjamin Cashore, Eric Hansen, Denise Lach, and Ward Armstrong, “Public Influences on Plantation Forestry”, March/April, Journal of Forestry. 102 (2) March, pp. 90-94.

 

  1. 2005 Benjamin Cashore, Kees van Kooten, Ilan Vertinsky, Graeme Auld and Julia Affolderbach, “Private or Self-Regulation? A Comparative Study of Forest Certification Choices in Canada, the United States and Germany” Journal of Forest Policy and Economics(Volume 7, Issue 1, January), pp. 53-69.

 

  1. 2004 Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld and Deanna Newsom, “The United States’ Race to Certify Sustainable Forestry: Non-State Environmental Governance and the Competition for Policy-Making Authority”, Business and PoliticsVolume 5, Issue 3 (November, 2003) [Produced in April, 2004], pp. 219-259.

 

  1. 2003 Benjamin Cashore and Graeme Auld, “British Columbia’s Environmental Forest Policy in Perspective”, December Journal of Forestry 101(8), pp. 42-47.

 

  1. 2003 Benjamin Cashore and James Lawson, “Private Policy Networks and Sustainable Forestry Policy: Comparing Forest Certification Experiences in the US Northeast and the Canadian Maritimes”, Canadian-American Public PolicyVol 53, March, pp. 1-44.

 

  1. 2003 Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld and Deanna Newsom, “Forest Certification (Eco-labeling) Programs and their Policy-Making Authority: Explaining Divergence Among North American and European Case Studies” Journal of Forest Policy and Economics (Volume 5, issue 3), pp. 225-247

 

  1. 2002 Benjamin Cashore, “Legitimacy and the Privatization of Environmental Governance: How-Non State Market-Driven (NSMD) Governance Systems Gain Rule Making Authority”. Governance: An International Journal of Policy and Administration, vol. 15, no. 4 (October), pp. 503-529

 

  1. 2001 Jeremy Rayner, Michael Howlett, Jeremy Wilson, Benjamin Cashore and George Hoberg), "Privileging the Sub-Sector: Critical Sub-Sectors and Sectoral Relationships in Forest Policy-Making”, Journal of Forest Policy and Economics vol. 2, no. 3-4: 319-332.

 

  1. 2000 Benjamin Cashore, ”Lessons from Comparative and Case Study Approaches to Canadian Environmentalism”,Canadian Public Administration(invited book review peer reviewed by editors), Volume 43, No. 3 (Fall/Automne), pp. 360-371.

 

  1. 2000 Steven Bernstein and Benjamin Cashore, "Globalization, Four Paths of Internationalization and Domestic Policy Change: The Case of Eco-forestry in British Columbia, Canada". Canadian Journal of Political Science Volume XXXIII: 1 (March): 67-99.

 

  1. 2000 Benjamin Cashore and Ilan Vertinsky, "Policy Networks and Firm Behaviours: Governance Systems and Firm Responses to External Demands for Sustainable Forest Management” Policy Sciences,Volume 33 (March): 1-30.

 

  1. 1999 Steven Bernstein and Benjamin Cashore, “World Trends and Canadian Forest Policy: Exploring the Influence of Consumers, Environmental Group Activity, International Trade Rules and World Forestry Negotiations”, Forestry Chronicle, vol 57 no. 1 (January/February), pp. 34-38.

 

  1. 1998 Benjamin Cashore, “Flights of the Phoenix: Explaining the Durability of the Canada-US Softwood Lumber Dispute”, in Canadian-American Public Policy, Number 32, December 1997 (Published Spring, 1998), pp. 1-58.

 

b.Book chapters (26)

  1. 2018 Sophia Carodenuto and Benjamin Cashore, Interactive Pathways of Influence: Managing Interactions to Enhance Non-State Regulatory Authority and Improve Forest Sustainability in Cameroon” Forthcoming, for inclusion in Stepan Wood, Rebecca Schmidt, Kenneth W Abbott, Burkard Eberlein and Errol Meidinger (eds)  Transnational Business Governance Interactions: Enhancing Regulatory Capacity, Ratcheting up Standards and Empowering Marginalized Actors Edward Elgar Publishing; reproduced  as Transnational Business Governance Interactions Project Working Paper No. 28: https://open.library.ubc.ca/cIRcle/collections/ubccommunityandpartnerspublicati/52387/items/1.0372500

 

  1. 2015 Benjamin Cashore, Chris Elliott, Erica Pohnan, Michael Stone, and Sébastien Jodoin, “Achieving sustainabilty Through Market Mechanism” in Kozak, Panwar and Hansen. Forests, Business and Sustainability.  Routledge pp 45-69

 

  1. 2014 Devin Judge-Lord and Irene Scher (Convening lead authors), Benjamin Cashore (Lead author)“Chapter 9, Non-Domestic Sources of the Canadian Boreal Forest Policy: Integrating Theories of Internationaliszation and Pathways of Forest Policy Change”, Katila, P., Galloway, G., de Jong, W., Pacheco, P. and Mery, G.  (eds.). 2014. Forests under pressure - Local responses to global issues. IUFRO World Series Volume 32. ISBN 978-3-902762-30-6

 

  1. 2014 Erica Pohnan, Michael W. Stone, and Benjamin Cashore, “Global Forest Governance to Address Illegal Logging: The Rise of Timber Legality Verification to Rescue Indonesia’s Forests”, in Katila, P., Galloway, G., de Jong, W., Pacheco, P. and Mery, G.  (eds.). 2014. Forests under pressure - Local responses to global issues. IUFRO World Series Volume 32. ISBN 978-3-902762-30-6

 

  1. 2014 Michael Howlett and Benjamin Cashore , “Chapter 2: Conceptualizing public policy”Prepared for inclusion inIsabelle Engeli and Christine Rothmayr  (eds).  Comparative Policy Studies: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges Palgrave: ECPR Research Methods Series

 

  1. 2013 Benjamin Cashore, Michael Stone, Erica Pohnan, “Chapter 2:  The Impact of Globalization on Forest Users:  Trends and Opportunities” in Eric Hansen (ed) The Global Forest Sector: Changes, Practices, and Prospects forthcoming Taylor & Francis Group.

 

  1. 2012 Laura Bozzi, Benjamin Cashore, Kelly Levin and Constance McDermott, “The Role of Private Voluntary Climate Programs Affecting Forests: Assessing their Direct and Intersecting Effects” Karsten Ronit (ed) Business and Climate Policy: The Potentials and Pitfalls of Private Voluntary Programs (United Nations University Press)

 

  1. 2012 Graeme Auld and Benjamin Cashore, “The Forest Stewardship Council”, for inclusion in Reed, A.M., D. Reed, and P. Utting (eds.) Non-State Regulation and Development

 

  1. 2011 Benjamin Cashore with Graeme Auld, Laura Bozzi,  Kelly Levin   and Stefan Renckens, “Understanding the Interaction of Transnational Civil Society Regulation with Official Regulation,” forthcoming Nielsen and Parker (eds ) Explaining Compliance: Business Responses To Regulation (Edward Elgar, US/UK) (Peer reviewed by editors)

 

  1. 2011 Steven Bernstein and Benjamin Cashore (Convening Lead Authors), Richard Eba'a Atyi, Ahmad Maryudi and Kathleen McGinley (Lead Authors) Contributing authors: Tim Cadman, Lars Gulbrandsen, Daniela Goehler, Karl Hogl,David Humphreys, Shashi Kant, Robert Kozak, Kelly Levin, Constance McDermott, Mark Purdon,Irene Scher, Michael W. Stone, Luca Tacconi and Yurdi Yasmi  “Examination of the influences of the international forest regime at the domestic level”, Chapter Seven of Collaborative Partnership on Forests (CPF) Global Forest Expert Panel’s (GFEP) initiative. The report was released through the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) Rayner, Katila and Buck (eds) Global Scientific Assessment on the ‘International Forest Regime’.

 

  1. 2010 Benjamin Cashore, Glenn Galloway (Convening Lead Authors), Lead authors: Frederick Cubbage, David Humphreys, Pia Katila, Kelly Levin, Constance McDermott, Ahmad Maryudi and Kathleen McGinley Contributing authors: Sebastião Kengen, Moacir José Sales Medrado,María Cristina Puente, August B Temu and Ederson Augusto Zanetti“The Ability ofinstitutions to address new challenges”, in Gerardo Mery, (ed) World Forests, Society and Environment, International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO).

 

  1. 2009 Graeme Auld, Cristina Balboa, Steven Bernstein and Benjamin Cashore, “The Emergence of Non-state Market Driven (NSMD) Global Environmental Governance: A Cross Sectoral Assessment”, in Delmas and Young, Governance for the Environment: New Perspectives (Cambridge University Press).

 

  1. 2009 Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld, Deanna Newsom and Beth Egan, “The Emergence of Non-State Environmental Governance inEuropean and North American Forest Sectors” inSchreurs, VanDeveer, and Selin, (eds) Transatlantic Environment and Energy Politics: Comparativeand International Perspectives (Ashgate, Aldershot, England).

 

  1. 2008 Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld, James Lawson and Deanna Newsom, “The Post-state Staples Economy: The Impact of Forest Certification as a Non-state Market Driven Governance system”, in Howlett and Brownsey (eds) The Post-Staples State (Emond Montgomery: Toronto).

 

  1. 2008 Steven BernsteinandBenjamin Cashore, “Chapter Seven: The Two-level logic of Non-State Market Driven Governance”. Chapter in Volker Rittberger, Martin Nettesheim and Carmen Huckel (eds) volume, Changing Patterns of Authority in the Global Political Economy: Volume II: New Actors and Forms of Regulation(Palgrave Macmillan).

 

  1. 2006 Benjamin Cashore and Michael Howlett, “Behavioural Thresholds and Institutional Rigidities As Explanations of Punctuated Equilibrium Processes in Pacific Northwest Forest Policy Dynamics” (with Michael Howlett), Chapter in Robert Repetto (ed.) By Fits and Starts: Punctuated Equilibrium in US Environmental Policy (Yale University Press, London and New Haven).

 

  1. 2005 Peter Glück, Jeremy Rayner and Benjamin Cashore; (Convening lead authors), “Change in the Governanceof Forest Resources” In Gerardo Mery, Rene Alfaro, Markku Kanninen and Maxim Labovikov (eds.), Forests in the Global Balance – Changing Paradigms. IUFRO World Series, volume 17. Helsinki: IUFRO, 2005, pp. 51-74

 

  1. 2005 Brad Stennes, Sen Wang, Concepción Luján Alvarez, Constance McDermott, Bill Wilson, and Benjamin Cashore (Convening lead authors).   “North American Chapter”, part of IUFRO-WFSE book Forests in the Global Balance - Changing Paradigms: In Gerardo Mery, Rene Alfaro, Markku Kanninen and Maxim Labovikov (eds.), Forests in the Global Balance – Changing Paradigms. IUFRO World Series, volume 17. Helsinki: IUFRO, 2005.

 

  1. 2004 Steven Bernstein and Benjamin Cashore, “Non-State Global Governance: Is Forest Certification a Legitimate Alternative to a Global Forest Convention?” in John Kirton and Michael Trebilcock (eds.) Hard Choices, Soft Law: Voluntary Standards in Global Trade, Environment and Social Governance  (Aldershot: Ashgate Press)

 

  1. 2002 Graeme Auld, Benjamin Cashore and Deanna Newsom, “Perspectives on Forest Certification: A Survey Examining Differences Among the US Forest Sectors’ Views of Their Forest Certification Alternatives” pp 271-282 in Teeter, Cashore and Zhang, (eds) in Forest Policy for Private Forestry. Accepted through a blind peer review process established by editors. CAB International.[iii]

 

  1. 2002 Deanna Newsom, Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld and Jim Granskog, “Forest Certification in the Heart of Dixie: A Survey Of Alabama Landowners” pp 291-300 in Teeter, Cashore and Zhang, (eds), Forest Policy for Private Forestry. Accepted through a blind peer review process established by editors, CAB International.[iv]

 

  1. 2002 James Lawson and Benjamin Cashore “Firm Choices on Sustainable Forestry Forest Certification: The Case of JD Irving, Ltd.*”pp 245-258 in Teeter, Cashore and Zhang, (eds) in Forest Policy for Private Forestry. Accepted through a blind* peer review process established by editors, CAB International.[v]

 

  1. 2002 Steven Bernstein and Benjamin Cashore, “The International-Domestic Nexus: The Effects of International Trade and Environmental Politics on the Canadian Forest Sector” (with Steven Bernstein), pp. 65-93 in Howlett (ed.), Canadian Forest Policy: Regimes, Policy Dynamics and Institutional Adaptations (Toronto: University of Toronto Press).

 

  1. Steven Bernstein and Benjamin Cashore, “Globalization, Internationalization and Liberal Environmentalism: Exploring Non-domestic Sources of Influence on Canadian Environmental Policy”, Chapter 11, pp. 212-230 in Debora L. VanNijnatten and Robert Boardman, (ed.) Canadian Environmental Policy: Ecosystems, Politics and Process (2nd ed.) Oxford University Press.

 

  1. 2001  Benjamin Cashore, “Timber Pricing in BC: Change as a Function of Stability”, pp.176-206 in Benjamin Cashore, George Hoberg, Michael Howlett, Jeremy Rayner and Jeremy Wilson, In Search of Sustainability:  The Politics of Forest Policy in British Columbia in the 1990s(UBC Press – see above) [vi]

 

  1. 2001 Benjamin Cashore, Ilan Vertinsky and Rachana Raizada, "Chapter Three: Firm Responses to External Pressures for Sustainable Forest Management in British Columbia and the US Pacific Northwest", pp. 80-119 in Alper and Salazar (eds.) Sustaining the Pacific Coast Forests: Forging Truces in the War in the Woods (Vancouver: UBC Press).

 

c.Books (3)

  1. 2010 Constance McDermott, Benjamin Cashore and Peter Kanowski, Global Environmental Forest Policies: An International Comparison Earthscan, UK

 

  1. 2004 Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld and Deanna Newsom, Governing Through Markets: Forest Certification and the Emergence of Non-State Authority Yale University Press, London and New Haven. Total pp. 327

 

  1. 2001 Benjamin Cashore, George Hoberg, Michael Howlett, Jeremy Rayner and Jeremy Wilson, In Search of Sustainability: British Columbia Forest Policy in the 1990sUniversity of British Columbia Press, Vancouver. Total pp. 329

 

d.Edited books (2)

  1. 2006 Benjamin Cashore, Fred Gale, Errol Meidinger and Deanna Newsom. Confronting Sustainability: Forest Certification in Developing and Transitioning Societies, (with Gale, Meidinger and Newsom). Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Publication Series, New Haven. Total pp. 617.

 

  1. 2002 Lawrence Teeter, Benjamin Cashore and Daowei Zhang, Forest Policy for Private Forestry: Global and Regional Challenges CAB International, Oxon, UK. Total pp. 307.

 

 

II.PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS[vii]

a.Chapters and briefs (37)

  1. 2016 Benjamin CashoreSina Leipold and Paolo Omar Cerutti (Lead Authors); Gabriela Bueno, Sophia Carodenuto, Xiaoqian Chen, Wil de Jong,Audrey Denvir, Christian Hansen, David Humphreys, Kathleen McGinley, Iben Nathan,Christine Overdevest, Rafael Jacques Rodrigues, Metodi Sotirov, Michael W. Stone, Yitagesu TekleTegegne, Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers, Georg Winkel, Valentin Yemelin and Jonathan Zeitlin (Contributing authors), Chapter 7“Global Governance Approaches toAddressing Illegal Logging:Uptake and Lessons Learnt” in Illegal Logging and Related Timber Trade – Dimensions, Drivers, Impacts and Responses A Global Scientific Rapid Response Assessment Report, International Union of Forest Research Orgnizations (IUFRO) (Editors: Daniela Kleinschmit, Stephanie Mansourian, Christoph Wildburger, Andre Purret).

 

  1. 2016 Daniela Kleinschmit, Stephanie Mansourian, Christoph Wildburger, Andre Purret,  Benjamin Cashore[VERIFY TO SEE IF THERE WERE OTHER AUTHORS] “Conclusions” in Illegal Logging and Related Timber Trade – Dimensions, Drivers, Impacts and Responses A Global Scientific Rapid Response Assessment Report (Editors: Daniela Kleinschmit, Stephanie Mansourian, Christoph Wildburger, Andre Purret)

 

  1. 2015 Benjamin Cashore, “How to Design Effective Non-State Market Driven Certification Systems to Foster Social and Environmental Stewardship”, Policy brief, Scholars Strategy Network, November

 

  1. 2015 Benjamin Cashore, Chris Elliott, Erica Pohnan, Michael Stone and Sebstien Jodoin, “The Role of Market Forces Across Multiple Pathways” for inclusion inKozak, Panway and Hansen (eds). Forests, Business and Sustainability.

 

  1. 2013 Auld, G., Cashore, B. and Renckens, S. (2014). “Governance Components in Private Regulation: Implications for Legitimacy, Authority and Effectiveness.” In Kanie, Norichika, Steinar Andresen and Peter M. Haas (eds.), Improving Global Environmental Governance: Best Practices for Architecture and Agency. London/New York, NY: Routledge, 152-174.

 

  1. 2013 Gabriela Bueno and Benjamin Cashore, Can Legality Verification Combat Illegal Logging in Brazil? Strategic Insights for Policy Makers and AdvocatesForest governance scholarship for the real world: Building strategic insights through policy learning. International Union of Forest Research Organizations Occasional Paper Series, Vienna. Access article here.

 

  1. 2013 Wang, M., Visseren-Hamakers, I., de Jong, W., and Cashore, B. (2013). “Can REDD+ Safeguards Promote Indigenous Resource Rights? Lessons and Strategic Insights from Peru.” Forest governance scholarship for the real world: Building strategic insights through policy learning. International Union of Forest Research Organizations Occasional Paper Series, Vienna. Access article here.

 

  1. 2013 Graeme Auld, Benjamin Cashore andStefan Renckens "Partnerships and their resilience", forthcoming in Peter Haas, Steinar Andersen, and Norichika Kanie (eds),  Best and Worst Practices for Improving International Climate Change Governance.

 

  1. 2013 Daniela Göhler, Benjamin Cashore andBenjamin Blom, “Forest Governance”, forthcoming, in Dietrich Darr & J. Pretzch (ed) Forests and Rural Development, Springer Verlag.

 

  1. 2012 Member of Steering Committee[viii]of the State-of-Knowledge Assessment of Standards and Certification Toward Sustainability: The Roles and Limitations of Certification(Washington, DC: Resolve)

 

  1. 2011 Benjamin Cashore, Kira Matas ,and Ruth Norris, lead contributors, as part of Steering Committee of the State-of-Knowledge Assessment of Standards and Certification, Chapter Four, “Pathways to Impact: Synergies with Other Approaches” Toward Sustainability: The Roles and Limitations of Certification(Washington, DC: Resolve)[ix]

 

  1. 2012 Graeme Auld and Benjamin Cashore, “Appendix F, Forestry Review” in Steering Committee of the State-of-Knowledge Assessment of Standards and Certification Toward Sustainability: The Roles and Limitations of Certification(Washington, DC: Resolve)

 

  1. 2011 Lead author: Frank Biermann;Contributing authors: KennethAbbott, Steinar Andresen, Karin Bäckstrand, Steven Bernstein, Michele M. Betsill, Harriet Bulkeley, Benjamin Cashore, Jennifer Clapp, Carl Folke, Aarti Gupta, Joyeeta Gupta, PeterM. Haas, Andrew Jordan, Norichika Kanie, Tatiana Kluvánková-Oravská, Louis Lebel, Diana Liverman, James Meadowcroft, Ronald B. Mitchell, Peter Newell, Sebastian Oberthür, Lennart Olsson, Philipp Pattberg, Roberto Sánchez-Rodríguez, Heike Schroeder, Arild Underdal, Susana Camargo Vieira, Coleen Vogel and Oran R. Young, “Transforming governance and institutions for a planet under pressure” Rio+20 policy brief #3 available at http://www.earthsystemgovernance.org/ “One of nine policy briefs produced by the scientific community to inform the United Nations Conference on SustainableDevelopment (Rio+20). These briefs were commissioned by the international conference Planet Under Pressure: NewKnowledge Towards Solutions (www.planetunderpressure2012.net). These were produced under the theme “Revitalizing the institutional framework for global sustainability: Key Insights from social science research”. A revised version was produced in “Current Issues in Sustainability” above.http://www.earthsystemgovernance.org/news/2011-09-26-policy-brief-institutional-framework-sustainable-development

 

  1. 2011 Jeremy Rayner, Pia Katila, Alexander Buck, Pia Katila,  Benjamin Cashore, Hans Hoogeveen, Patrick Verkooijen and Peter WoodPolicy, “Policy Brief, Embracing Complexity in international Forest Governance: a Way Forward”, accompanying document prepared for release of the Global Scientific Assessment on the ‘International Forest Regime’.

 

  1. 2009 Benjamin Cashore, “Key Components of Good Forest Governance Part I: Overarching Principles and Criteria”, Exlibris produced by the ASEAN-German ReFOP project, “the analysis and making of regional public policy” www.aseanforest-chm.org. Discussion paper No. 6, July

 

  1. 2009 Benjamin Cashore “Key Components of Good Forest Governance in ASEAN Part II: Institutional Fit, Policy Substance, Policy Instruments, and Evaluation”, Exlibris produced by the ASEAN-German ReFOP project, “the analysis and making of regional public policy” www.aseanforest-chm.org. Discussion paper No. 6, July

 

  1. 2009 Graeme Auld, Steven Bernstein and Benjamin Cashore, “The New Corporate Social Responsibility”, in Neil Gunningham (ed) Corporate Environmental Responsibility Ashgate, Surrey, UK (reprint of Graeme Auld, Steven Bernstein andBenjamin Cashore, “The New Corporate Social Responsibility”, above).

 

  1. 2008 Benjamin Cashore, “Legitimacy and the Privatization of Environmental Governance: How-Non State Market-Driven (NSMD) Governance Systems Gain Rule Making Authority”, Governance: An International Journal of Policy and Administration, vol. 15, no. 4 (October), pp. 503-529, selected for inclusion in Haas, Peter (ed) The Library of Essays in International Relations(Ashgate, Aldershot, England, 2008). (The purpose of the volume is to present “a wide range of important and influential essays” deemed to be “the most significant articles in this field that have been published in English).

 

  1. 2007 Benjamin Cashore, “Towards a Better World?: A Proposal to Enhance Market Support for Global Certification Systems” [updated October 2008]. Personal paper on line at www.yale.edu/environment/cashore

 

  1. 2007 Stéphane Guéneau & Benjamin Cashore, “Des initiatives volontaires privées pour conserver la biodiversité des forêts tropicales? Le cas de la certification forestière” Article pour: Rapport sur la Terre Editions Les Presses de Sciences-Po  

 

  1. 2007 Benjamin Cashore, Fred Gale, Errol Meidinger and Deanna Newsom, “Forest Certification in Developing and Transitioning Countries: Partof a Sustainable Future?, Environment Volume 48, Number 9 (November) pp. 6-25 http://www.heldref.org/env.php

 

  1. 2007 Constance McDermott, Benjamin Cashore and Peter Kanowski, “A Global Comparison of Forest Practice Policies Using Tasmania as a Constant Case”, Research Paper 010,  Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry, Yale Program on Forest Policy and Governance Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry 360 Prospect Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06511 USA www.yale.edu/gisf

 

  1. 2006 Eric Hansen, Rick Fletcher, Benjamin Cashore and Constance McDermott, “Forest Certification in North America” Oregon State University Extension Service EC 1518 January

 

  1. 2006 Eric Hansen, Rick Fletcher, Benjamin Cashore and Constance McDermott, “Forest Certification in North America”, Sustaining the Pacific Northwest: Food, Farm, and Natural Resource Systems, Volume 4, No. 1 (March) Washington State University Extension, reprint of Oregon State University Extension Service EC 1518 January

 

  1. 2006 Benjamin Cashore, Fred Gale, Errol Meidinger and Deanna Newsom, Introduction: Forest Certification in Analytical and Historical Perspective in  Cashore, Gale, Meidinger and Newsom (eds), Confronting Sustainability: Forest Certification in Developing and Transitioning Societies, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Publication Series, New Haven

 

  1. 2006 Benjamin Cashore, Fred Gale, Errol Meidinger and Deanna Newsom , Conclusion, in  Cashore, Gale, Meidinger and Newsom (eds), Confronting Sustainability: Forest Certification in Developing and Transitioning Societies, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Publication Series, New Haven

 

  1. 2005 Benjamin Cashore, Book reviewof Hatch, Chris, ed. 2005. Environmental Policymaking: Assessing the Use of Alternative Policy Instruments. Albany, (NY: SUNY Press), in, Global Environmental Politics, 5:4, pp. 126-127.

 

  1. 2003 Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld and Deanna Newsom, “Legitimizing Political Consumption: The Case of Forest Certification in North America and Europe", Politics, Products, and Markets. Exploring Political Consumerism Past and Present edited by Micheletti, Andreas FØllesdal, and Dietlind Stolle. Transaction Press, at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. [NOTE: this chapter was reviewed by editors and then was reviewed by Transaction Press].

 

  1. 2002 Benjamin Cashore, “Perspectives on Forest Certification as a Policy Process: Reflections on Elliott and Schlaepfer's Use of the Advocacy Coalition Framework: in, Christopher Elliott, Errol Meidinger, and Gerhard Oesten (editors), Social and Political Dimensions of Forest Certification. Remagen-Oberwinter, Germany: Forstbuch.  2002.

 

  1. 2001 Benjamin Cashore, “What Should Canada Do When the Softwood Lumber Agreement Expires?” Policy issue of the week for policy.ca, and on line policy web site. February 7.

 

  1. 2000 Steven Bernstein and Benjamin Cashore "Globalization and Internationalization as Influences on Domestic Policy Change,” in Ted Cohn, Stephen McBride and John Wiseman (eds),Grounding Globalization: Relations and Levels of Power in the Global Era, (London and New York: Macmillan and St. Martin's Press)

 

  1. 1999Benjamin Cashore, “Chapter 3: The US Pacific Northwest”, in Wilson et al. 1999, Forest Policy: International Case Studies (Oxon, UK: CAB International)

 

  1. 1999 Benjamin Cashore and Ilan Vertinsky, “Policy Networks, Firms, and Sustainable Forest Management” (with Ilan Vertinsky), in Published Proceedings of The Sustainable Forest Management Network Conference, Science and Practice: Sustaining the Boreal Forest, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, February 14-17.

 

  1. 1999 Benjamin Cashore and Ilan Vertinsky, “Governance Systems and Firm-Level Sustainable Forest Management”, proceedings of The Southern Forest Economics Workgroup, Biloxi, MS, April 18-20.

 

  1. 1998 Benjamin Cashore, “An Examination of Why a Long-term Resolution to the Canada-US Softwood Lumber Dispute Eludes Policy Makers” Working Paper 98.02 Canadian Forest ServicePacific Forestry Centre, Victoria, BC(slightly revised version of “Flights of the Phoenix: Explaining the Durability of the Canada-US Softwood Lumber Dispute”, in Canadian-American Public Policy, Number 32, December 1997)

 

  1. 1995          Benjamin Cashore, The Future of BC Forests: One Crisis, Multiple Solutions," Review of Touch Wood: B.C. Forests at the Crossroads (edited by Ken Drushka, Bob Nixon, and Ray Travers) in Alternatives 21 (1 1995): 37‑3

 

b.Popular media (8)

  1. 2015 Cashore, Auld, Bernstein and Levin, “Paris Could Be Different: But it Requires Policy Makers Apply Path Dependency Analysis to the “Super Wicked Problem” of Climate Change, Yale Macmillan Center.http://macmillan.yale.edu/news/paris-could-be-different-it-requires-policy-makers-apply-path-dependency-analysis-super-wicked

 

  1. 2015 Levin, Cashore, Auld and Bernstein (2012), “Overcoming the Tragedy of Super wicked Problems”, cited in Andrew C. Revkin, December 12, 2015, “The Climate Path Ahead” http://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/13/opinion/sunday/the-climate-path-ahead.html; and “The Environmental Protection Agency is trying to stress the word pollution in explaining its rules for cutting power plant emissions of carbon dioxide. Rhetoric and Realities Around Obama's 'Carbon Pollution' Power Plant Rules”, NYTimes.com.[x]

 

  1. 2015 Levin, Cashore, Auld and Bernstein (2012), “Overcoming the Tragedy of Super wicked Problems” cited in the BBC[xi], and the Guardian[xii]

 

  1. 2007 Letter to editor response to ”FSC's 'Green' Label for Wood Products Gets Growing Pains", Wall Street Journal, November 9, 2007; Page A17 (published under heading “The Problems With 'Eco-Friendly' Labels”).

 

  1. 2004 "An Accidental American?”, The Globe and Mail, July 24, F7

 

  1. 1997 “Why Greenpeace Faltered: Last Summer Activists Expected a Campaign Against Clearcut Logging in BC Would Lead to Bloodshed and Mass Arrests. They Didn't Happen” (with Steven Bernstein) in The Globe and Mail, Thursday, October 2, A23

 

  1. 1997 “Why Greenpeace Faltered” (with Steven Bernstein), in Forestry Chronicle, 73: (6) 657-657 Nov-Dec (reprint of Globe and Mail article above).

 

  1. 1996 "Why Lumber Trade Disputes Grow Faster than Trees" in The Vancouver Sun, Thursday, May 9, p. A15.

 

c.Reports (5)

 

  1. 2016 Benjamin Cashoreand Sarah Lupberger“Protocol for Policy Learning Through the Pathways of Influence Framework: A Tool Kit”, GEM Initiative, Yale University

 

  1. 2016 Lead Authors: Benjamin Cashore and Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers Lead Authors: Paloma Caro Torres, Wil de Jong, Audrey Denvir, David Humphreys, Kathleen McGinley; Contributing Authors: Graeme Auld, Sarah Lupberger, Constance McDermott, Sarah Sax, Daphne Yin” Can Legality Verification Enhance Local Rights to Forest Resources? Piloting the policy learning Protocol in the Peruvian Forest Context GEM Initiative, Yale University, International Union of Forest Research Organizations

 

  1. 2015 Matto Mildenberger, Heidi Binko and Benjamin Cashore, “Summary of an Academic-Practitioner Policy Workshop: Designing Durable and Ambitious Climate Policy in the United States” November 2015. White Paper was prepared by the Governance, Environment and Markets Initiative at Yale University’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

 

  1. 2015 Benjamin Cashore, Gabriela Bueno, Celine Lim, Alice Thuault, Laurent Micol “Might Legality Verification in Brazil Help Improve Forest Practices?:  Co-generating Strategic Insights for Mato Grosso, Brazil Strategy Paper, May 1st for the Climate and Land Use Alliance

 

  1. 2008 McDermott, C., Lloyd Irland, and Benjamin Cashore. China-USA Supply Chain Report. New Haven, Yale Program on Forest Policy and Governance.

 

III.PUBLICATIONS IN DEVELOPMENT

a.Under peer review (7)

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashorewith Steven Bernstein, David Humphreys, Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers & Katharine Rietig, “Can Stakeholder Dialogues Improve the Effectiveness of Global Governance?: Lessons from Means-oriented Policy Learning Scholarship for Triggering Transnational Pathways of Influence”, received revise and resubmit (minor changes) as part of special issue, “Designing Policy Effectiveness: Anticipating Policy Success” edited by Capano, Howlett and Ramesh, Policy and Society

 

  1. 2019 Devin Judge-Lord, Benjamin Cashore and Constance McDermott, “How Do Non-State Market Driven Governance Standards Change? An Analytical Framework for Assessing Forest Certification Standards” undergoing second revise and resubmit from, Organization and Natural Environment(ONE) journal

 

  1. 2019 Leehi Yona*, Benjamin Cashore, Oswald J. Schmitz, “Integrating policy and ecology within a single system to achieve path dependent climate solutions” Under review, Environmental Science and Policy

 

  1. 2019 Janina Grabs, Graeme Auld, and Benjamin Cashore, “Switching between lenses for a better view: A meta-assessment of private regulatory governance and the role of public policy”, Regulation & Governance, “Private Authority and Public Policy in Global Context: Governance Spheres for Problem Solving”[xiii]

 

  1. 2019 Leehi Yona, Benjamin Cashore, Robert B. Jackson, Jean Ometto, Mark A. Bradford, “Refining National Greenhouse Gas Inventories”, under review Climatic Change

 

  1. 2019 Daniel Rosenbloom, James Meadowcroft Benjamin Cashore, “Stability and climate policy? Harnessing insights from the literature on path dependency, policy feedback, and pathways to help accelerate the low-carbon transition”, revise and resubmit, Energy Research & Social Science

 

  1. Rajat Panwar (Corresponding Author), Jennifer DeBoer, Robert Kozak, Benjamin Cashore, “Bioeconomy and the Competitiveness Logic” Forest Policy and Economics

 

b.To be sent for peer review in 2018 (3)

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore and Iben Nathan, “Does Private Governance Make Weak States Stronger? Lessons from Governing Through Supply Chains in Southeast Asia” to be submitted as part of special issue proposal on private authority and the global south to Ecological Economics[xiv].

 

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore and Steven Bernstein, “The Tragedy of the Common Pool Resources Metaphor: Bringing the Environment Back in to Environmental Studies”.

 

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore, “Bringing Bio-environmentalists and Social Greens Back in: Reflections on Fostering Transformative Change within US-Based Professional Environmental Schools” 

 

c.First or further drafts complete (6)

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore, Jette Steen Knudsen, Jeremy Moon, Hamish van der Ven, Introduction, “Private Authority and Public Policy in Global Context: Governance Spheres for Problem Solving” in Benjamin Cashore, Jette Steen Knudsen, Jeremy Moon, Hamish van der Ven (eds), draft introductory overview for accepted proposal for a special issue in Regulation & Governance

 

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore, Audrey Denvir, Michaela Foster, Reem Hajaar, Chelsea Judy and Sarah Lupberger: “Institutional Logics as Explanations of Community Forestry Uptake in Peru, Costa Rica and Mexico”. Draft complete, in development

 

  1. 2019 Yitian Huang, Yixian Sun, Nihit Goyal and Benjamin Cashore, “Two Pathways of Interaction: Exploring the International Sources of China and India’s Carbon Trading Policy (2007-2011)”, early draft complete, continuing development

 

  1. 2019 Authors list and order (provisional): Yimin FU, Yixian Sun, Ruiting Liang, Benjamin Cashore and Liu Jinlong, “How Stringent Are China’s Environment and Resource Regulations?: Applying the Environmental Prescriptiveness Index to China’s  Domestic Forest Practices Standards in Comparative Context” Draft complete

 

  1. 2019 Sina Leipold, Benno Pokorny, Benjamin Cashore, Daniela Kleinschmit, Metodi Sotirov, Cerutti, Paolo (CIFOR) Pablo Pacheco, Luca Tacconi Jianbang Gan, “What Does Legality Verification Contribute to Forest Sustainability”

 

  1. Leehi Yona, Benjamin Cashore, Mark A. Bradford , “Factors influencing the development and implementation of greenhouse gas inventories”

 

d.First draft /research/ideas stage (12)

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore, Jette Steen Knudsen, Jeremy Moon, Hamish van der Ven  (eds),  “Private Authority and Public Policy in Global Context: Governance Spheres for Problem Solving” accepted proposal for a special issue of Regulation & Governance (papers are currently in last stages of development for peer reviewed submission).

 

  1. 2019 Yixian Sun, Janina Grabs, Graeme Auld, Steven Bernstein, Benjamin Cashore, “Understanding Impacts and Re-thinking the Future: Global Sustainability Governance and Planetary Politics in a New World System” in development for submission to a special issue of the European Journal of International Relations “The EJIR will celebrate its 25th year as the flagship European IR journal in 2020 with a special issue. We invite contributions to this special issue, collecting innovative and forward-looking papers that make a substantial contribution to new and in particular interdisciplinary developments”

 

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore, Yixian Sun, Hamish van der Ven, Sustainable Commodity Governance and the Global South, Proposal accepted for a special issue of Ecological Economics (papers are now in development).

 

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore, Michael Howlett, Sebastian Sewerin*, “Governing Feedback Processes: Understanding Stasis Traps and Unintended Consequences.”Intended journal: Governance

 

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore and CamiloHuneeus Guzman, “Which World Views Dominate Environment Schools: A Case Study of Yale University’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies” in development

 

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore, Michael Howlett, Sebastian Sewerin*, “Assessing Complex Policy Dynamics: Identifying the Mechanism(s) of Policy Change"?” Target journal: Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory

 

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore, Michael Howlett, Sebastian Sewerin*, “"Can Policy Durability be Steered? Lessons for Practitioners from the Interactions of Policy, Institutions and Technology" Target Journal: Policy Design and Practice

 

  1. 2019 Rachel Graham and Benjamin Cashore Kelly “Why Do Multi-stakeholder Land Use Agreements Unravel?Lessons from The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement (CBFA)” in development

 

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore, Chelsea Judy and Michaela Foster "Does Economic Globalization Reinforce ‘Quid Pro Quo’ Business and Environment Biodiversity Conservation Agreements? Explaining Durable Land Use Policies in British Columbia, New Zealand, Peru, and Ghana, in development

 

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore, and large team “Can Transnational Pathways of Influence Reinforce Local Community Forestry Operations ? Strategic Insights from Mexico, Peru, and Costa Rica”, in development

 

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore, Yimin Fu, Devin Judge-Lord, Catharine Rothacker, Constance McDermott, Comparing Environmental Forestry Practices Regulations in China and the United States. In development

 

  1. 2019 Benjamin Cashore with others, “The Timber Legality Frontier” for inclusion in proposal for a special issue in Global Environmental Change, The Global Forest Environmental Frontier: Constants, Changes, and Choices for the Futureedited by Georg Winkel, European Forest Institute (Bonn, Germany); Metodi Sotirov, University of Freiburg (Germany), Cassandra Moseley, University of Oregon (USA)

 

e.Books (2)

  1. 2019 Graeme Auld, Janina Grabs and Benjamin Cashore, MIT Press has accepted a preliminary proposal for a practice oriented book on global forest policy and governance. We are finalizing detailed approach for submission and contract.

 

  1. 2019 Graeme Auld, Steven Bernstein and Kelly Levin. We are in deliberations to produce a book on climate change and path dependency.

 




[i]Nathan, Hansen and myself oversaw the referee process and editorial duties of this special issue of

Forest Policy and Economics. This preface itself was not formally peer reviewed.

[ii]NOTE: Law review articles depart from traditional blind peer review processes followed by most social science journals. In this case the article was reviewed by the editor of the special symposium as well as journal editors.

[iii]NOTE: I was part of the three member editorial team that established and administered the peer review process.

[iv]ibid

[v]ibid

[vi]NOTE: This was produced as a collaborative, rather than an edited, volume. Leadership/authorship for each of the chapters was identified in the table of contents. I was the lead author for this chapter

[vii]Not subject to formal blind peer review

[viii]The steering committee consisted of Mike Barry, Head of Sustainable Business, Marks & Spencer;

Ben Cashore, Professor, Environmental Governance and Political Science, Director, Governance, Environment and Markets (GEM) Initiative, Yale University;  Jason Clay, Senior Vice President, Market Transformation, World Wildlife Fund; Michael Fernandez, Director of Public Policy and Global Partnerships, Mars, Incorporated; Louis Lebel, Director, Unit for Social and Environmental Research, Chiang Mai University; Tom Lyon; Director, Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise, University of Michigan; Patrick Mallet (Steering Committee chair), Director of Credibility, ISEAL Alliance; Kira Matus, Lecturer in Public Policy and Management, London School of Economics and Political Science; Peter Melchett, Policy Director, Soil Association; Michael Vandenbergh; Professor of Law, Tarkington Chair in Teaching Excellence, Director, Climate Change Research Network, Vanderbilt University; Jan Kees Vis, Global Director, Sustainable Sourcing Development, Unilever; Tensie Whelan, President, Rainforest Alliance http://www.resolv.org/site-assessment/steering-committee/

[ix]The entire report was published under the auspices of the full steering committee, which meant that Cashore and Matas’ lead contribution to this chapter, along with Ruth Norris’ contribution, was not formally recognized.